As a result of yesterday’s terrorist attack in the diplomatic quarter of Kabul, 103 people were killed, and 235 others were wounded. Such recent data provided by Interior Minister Weiss Barmak, reports Reuters.
According to him, the terrorists used at least two ambulances, one of which was blown up at the checkpoint.
The responsibility for the explosion was taken over by the Taliban, and a terrorist attack occurred a week after their deadly attack on the Intercontinental Hotel.
The explosion occurred yesterday, January 27, after lunch local time in the Afghan capital, Kabul. A suicide bomber blew up at one of the checkpoints in the quarter where foreign embassies and many government buildings are located, a bomb hidden in an ambulance.
While expressing sympathy to the families of the victims and victims, the head of EU diplomacy, Federica Mogerini, stated that such actions of terrorists “are directed against the people of Afghanistan, against reconciliation, against peace.” Condemned the terrorist attack also in the UN, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris at midnight put out in memory of the multitude of victims.